I decided as a maker, being so inspired by other people's work as we all are, I wanted to share design I feel particularly fond of on a monthly basis. Today is my first post to that effect. In this summery hot month of July. I have been drawn to metallics, light wood and marble, I guess it feels cooling? All the products are clean, functional and something I would love to have for my home.
Everything here is absolutely gorgeous, and I have linked each image to the site they can be purchased. I hope you enjoy as much as I did! Make sure you visit all the other makers to see everything they have to offer.
Absolutely stunning in it's simplicity, this Frame Planter by Trey Jones Studio is functional and eye catching. This piece is the perfect accent for many styles of home or business... can't you just see it in a Scandinavian inspired house, an open loft space or with exposed brick? Oh I love it so! While you're there be sure to check out the copper origami planter.
A marble coaster alone would not get my heart pumping, but when you add this beautiful copper housing for it, I'm in love. Minimalism at it's best, available on Etsy from seller Rachel Sharrock of MarbleandMetal.
I recently came across Campfire Studios at the Renegade Craft fair in Brooklyn. I bought myself a hanging planter, complete with zebra plant, and I absolutely adore it. They also have wonderful dinnerware in patterns like their Americano Mug, which is pictured above. Based in Portland, Maine, stop by their site to see all they have to offer.
Yield! Honestly everything on their site would look amazing in this collection, but I chose the french press as it is a justifiable necessity... So simple, clean and reminiscent of my favorite... Scandinavian mid century design but with an updated look. It's perfect in white or their alternate color, a mid tone gray.
I almost didn't share this one as I want them for myself and am afraid they will go out of stock before I can get them, but here they are... Jonathan Adler, no surprise. These are the dessert sized plates from his 1948° collection. I am a huge fan of the tea cups and saucers as well. Can't you just see these on a textural farmhouse table mixed in with a bunch of other mismatched dishes? YES, me too. Also check out his malachite collection. Gorgeous!
Talbot and Yoon are another favorite. The Henry Candlestick Trio make a clean centerpiece for your table or a wonderful mantle display, I could even see these on a marble powder room countertop or chic kitchen island. Their "Goober" candles are absolutely delightful as well, quirky little guys look great in a grouping.
I am keeping these short and sweet. I hope something you see here will inspire you in some way as you go about your day. Or maybe I have introduced you to the perfect wedding gift or even better, a gift for yourself!